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Cincinnati Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

Pedestrian Injury Attorneys Serving Ohio & Kentucky

Pedestrians who are hit by cars can suffer catastrophic and potentially fatal injuries. Anyone driving any type of motor vehicle has a responsibility to be mindful about pedestrian rights. Unfortunately, some drivers choose not to take this responsibility seriously.

At Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, our Cincinnati pedestrian accident lawyers help people who have been hit by a car while walking along the sidewalk, in a crosswalk or getting out of their own car by pursuing injury claims against the negligent drivers. We also help the families of fatal accident victims pursue wrongful death claims.

Seeking Money Damages for Injured Pedestrians

Many pedestrian accidents occur in high-traffic areas such as crosswalks, caused by drivers who are simply not paying attention to where they are going. Even when pedestrians choose to jaywalk, drivers have a responsibility to take reasonable steps to avoid collisions.

Our attorneys have handled many pedestrian accident cases and can help you determine whether you have a claim for your injuries or for the loss of a loved one.

To discuss your injuries with an experienced pedestrian injury lawyer at our firm, please contact us at 513-721-1350 or by e-mail to schedule a consultation. You will not pay us any attorney fees unless we help you obtain compensation for the harm done to you.

Practice Areas Contact Us
Cincinnati, OH Office
Newport, OH Office

Cincinnati Office Personal Injury Attorney
Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, Co. LPA
3074 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45209

Phone: 513-721-1350
Fax: 513-721-2301
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Newport Office Personal Injury Attorney
Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, Co. LPA
30 East Eighth Street
Newport, KY 41071

Phone: 859-547-1382
Fax: 888-202-1694
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Based in Greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky, we serve clients throughout Ohio and Kentucky, including Oakley, Hyde Park, Clifton, Indian Hill, Kenwood, Montgomery, Symmes Township, Mason, West Chester, Batavia, Fairfield, Loveland, Milford, Lebanon, Monroe, Bridgetown, White Oak, Forest Park, Springdale, Blue Ash, Deer Park, Norwood, Middletown, Hamilton, Trenton, Oxford, Covington, Newport and other communities in Hamilton County, Butler County, Warren County, Clermont County, Boone County, Kenton County and Campbell County.